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TTD

The ISO 4217 currency code for the Trinidad and Tobago Dollar.

TTD

ISO 4217 code for the Trinidad and Tobago dollar. It was introduced in 1964, replacing the East Caribbean dollar at par. While originally pegged to the British pound, it is now pegged to the U.S. dollar.
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TTD showed mixed inhibiting attributes in the acid solutions based on observation of its influence on the Tafel constants of the redox process and the variation of the corrosion potential (Ecr) values but with greater affinity for cathodic inhibition.
That is why we have decided to enforce the dress code," the TTD official said.
Andhra Pradesh state legislative assembly's Assurances Committee after visiting the temple and TTD office and talking to officials said yesterday there had been no irregularities in the security of the ornaments.
As the seasons change and autumn's cooler weather takes hold, either add thick tights and continue to wear it as a minidress or give your TTD a new look by pairing it with trousers.
TTD has been accepted internationally, and demonstrated to be a technological advance offering significant economic and environmental benefits for both surface and underground applications.
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As of January 1, 2004, Arkansas' weekly TTD benefit of $453, representing 85 percent of its statewide average weekly wage (SAWW), placed it 42nd among the states.
The TTD authorities are seriously examining a proposal to create two additional exit doors on either side of Ramulavari Meda, the penultimate door of the sanctum sanctorum of the temple.
In fact, the TTD authorities are understood to have decided to throw open the gallery of the ornaments during the annual Brahmotsavams which began on Tuesday.
TTD metrics are calculations based on mathematical algorithms that demonstrate the amount of time required to compromise a specific security characteristic on a given security device or service.